38 Incredibly Powerful Photos From The Past. The Last One Is A Must See.

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11. Annette Kellerman promoting woman’s right to wear a one-piece swimsuit. After this, he was arrested for indecency. (1907)

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12. Annie Edison Taylor, the first woman to survive going over Niagara Falls in a barrel (1901)

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13. 106 year-old woman defending her house with an automatic weapon (1990)

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14. The first and original Ronald McDonald (1963)

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15. Disneyland employees in a cafeteria (1961)

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16. Kids during celebrating Christmas during Great Depression

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17. An aggressive advertisement for an anti-malaria drug in Papua New Guinea during WWII (1943)

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18. The construction of the Berlin Wall (1961)

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19. A soldier in Vietnam (1965)

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20. Hotel owner James E. Brock pouring muriatic into a whites-only swimming pool to drive protesters out (1964)

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  1. I was terrified at #33, because the caption didn’t say it was a wax museum. After seeing the words “melted” and “museum” I kind of got that though. But it was incredibly creepy for those five seconds where I thought they were real people.

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